WHY HOUSTON PRODUCER'S FORUM?

Houston Producers’ Forum is best known for its monthly luncheons. These gatherings are typically held at The Petroleum Club on the third Tuesday of each month. In recent years, we have secured an impressive array of speakers including CEOs of large and small E&P and service companies, industry analysts and leading members of the financial community. We feel that the dramatic growth in our membership is directly attributable to the quality of speakers that we have been able to attract.

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4/17/2018 11:30:00 AM

2018 April HPF Luncheon

Doug Suttles

Doug Suttles

Encana Corporation
President and Chief Executive Officer
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Doug Suttles joined Encana as President & CEO in June 2013. With over 30 years of experience
in the oil and gas industry in various engineering and leadership roles, he is responsible for the
overall success of Encana and for creating, planning, implementing and integrating the strategic
direction of the organization.

Before joining Encana, Doug held a number of senior leadership posts at BP, including Chief
Operating Officer, BP Exploration & Production, and President, BP Alaska. He was a member
of the board of BP America as well as the BP America Operations Advisory Board. Previously,
Doug served as President of BP Sakhalin Inc., where he was responsible for BP's activities in
Sakhalin, Russia, and its joint venture with Rosneft, a major Russian oil company.

He held other senior leadership roles in BP, including Vice President for North Sea operations
and President of BP's Trinidadian oil business. Prior to joining BP, Doug completed various
production engineering assignments with Exxon from 1983 to 1988.

Over the course of his career, Doug has volunteered his time and talents to community
organizations across North America. Doug is a member of the National Petroleum Council
and sits on the Board of Directors of the American Petroleum Institute, the American
Exploration & Production Council, the Independent Petroleum Association of America and
the National Association of Manufacturers.

Doug has served on the University of Texas Engineering Advisory Board since 2007 and was
honored with the school’s Mechanical Engineering Distinguished Alumni Award in 2008.

Doug graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 1983 with a bachelor’s degree
in mechanical engineering.

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